Civil servants travelling by cars still claim Porter and pony charges

The porter and pony expenses claimed by civil servants residing in the remote areas connected to farm roads was discussed during the 11th Meet-the-Press held on August 28. The More...

Teaching with health constraints

Studies conducted worldwide have shown that teachers are among the most stressed workers. Managing students in a class, worrying about lesson plans and performance of students, More...

Four Athletes to compete in the 48th Asian Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championship

Four Bhutanese athletes will be leaving for the 48th Asian Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championship and Annual Congress in Macau, China on August 23. The four athletes will More...

BOiC formally starts its activities

The Business Opportunity and Information Centre (BOiC) officially launched its activities on August 27. BOiC has an access to revolving funds and a business information centre, More...

Status on issuing diplomatic passports

The Foreign Minister, Rinzin Dorje, has asserted that the Passport Manual 2006 would be looked into closely to determine the effect of issuing too many diplomatic passports. More...

YES program will train and employ 400 jobseekers every year

The Ministry of Labour and Human Resources (MOLHR) is initiating a Youth Employment Skills Initiative (YES) program with More...

Thimphu to have multi-storey car parking buildings

Finding a parking space for your car in Thimphu is not easy, especially in the core town areas. It is stressful More...

Developing the East

There can be no denying that apart from a few pockets Bhutan’s eastern region is economically...

Hopes and fears of young graduates

As more than 2,300 graduates complete their National Graduate Orientation Program (NGOP) this year at the...

The Lhakhang Karpo case

The Lhakhang Karpo case involving the Foreign Minister in his former capacity as the then Haa...

The Expressway Again

The Expressway has been in the news for some time now for its dividers, dangers, over speeding and pedestrians More...

RUB and need for scholarships

Sometime back, may be a month or two ago, the media announced the availability of the post of Vice Chancellor for..

Has the Bhutanese Press gone quiet?

In a democracy, all institutions – whether formal or informal including the Press are accountable to the public, as all of..

Employment services to be decentralized to the local government

The Ministry of Labour and Human Resources (MoLHR) shared its policy to decentralize employment services to More...

His Majesty The King granted an Audience to the recipients of His Majesty’s Scholarships

The recipients of His Majesty’s Scholarship Kidu gives students from different parts of the country an opportunity to continue their education...

Expressway to get speed bumps and zebra crossings at identified areas

As a part of safety measures for pedestrians along the expressway, Thimphu District Municipality (TDM) will mark zebra crossing in identified..

Letters to the Editor

On Vehicle Quota Dear Sir, I was unhappy on learning that our Members of Parliament have no ceiling limit on vehicle..

Footballers worried about dodging arrows at Changlimithang

Many of the football and futsal players at Changlimithang stadium said that playing football is not safe when archery matches are..

Cabinet approves a comprehensive development plan for six Eastern Dzongkhags

A common and often repeated narrative in the national discourse is on the relative backwardness of Bhutan’s Eastern region compared to..

Civil servants travelling by cars still claim Porter and pony charges

The porter and pony expenses claimed by civil servants residing in the remote areas connected to farm roads was discussed during..